If youâ€™ve feel the need for gaming speed, Acerâ€™s newly announced trio of ultra-fast high-resolution monitors might just catch your eye. In addition to abundant pixels and screaming refresh rates, all three also offer adaptive sync technology for buttery-smooth, tear-free gaming experiences, as well as TÃœV Rheinland Eyesafe-certified screens designed to emit less blue light than standard LCDs. Maybe thatâ€™ll help you get to sleep more quickly after a long late-night gaming session.
The most interesting display actually rocks the lowest resolution. The 27-inch Predator XB273U NX pictured above features a 2560×1440-resolution IPS displayâ€”PC gamingâ€™s sweet spotâ€”but pushed to insane speeds. It hums along at a blistering 265Hz when overclocked, with a 0.5-millisecond grey-to-grey response time. Acer said the monitor is â€œHDR capableâ€� without offering more detailed specifics (donâ€™t expect true 1000-nit HDR visuals) and says the screen covers 95 percent of the DCI-P3 spectrum.